AccNoir-2011-12-28, Klezmer Noir 2011 (Part 1 of 3).
* Artist â Song â Album (year) â Where are they from? â Contact info if we've got it.
* Mishka Ziganoff â Bessarabia Doina â Squeeze Play-World Accordion (1920) â USA, New York Klezzmer â www.rounderstore.com/ product.asp?P=1166110902
* Adrienne Cooper â Drey, Dreydl, and Friling â http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDqQ70_Krlc â http://www.adriennecooper.com
* The Klezmatics â Beggars' Dance â Possessed (2002) â New York City, New York State, USA â http://klezmatics.com/
* German Goldenshteyn â Moldavian Freylakhs â The Rough Guide To Klezmer Revival (2006) â Bessarabian shtetl of Otaci, then in Romania, now in Moldova / New York, USA â http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Goldenshteyn
* Joref Rosenblatt â Atto Yotzarto (early 1900's) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yossele_Rosenblatt (A favourite of Ornette Coleman according to Nat Hentoff. Rosenblatt hit the vaudeville circuit and recorded a song about the Titanic the year after it sank.)
* Sabbath Hela Veckan â Ot Azoi â Klez (1994) â Stockholm, Sweden â http://www.sami.se/art/pbothen/index.html
* Brave Old World â Wailing World â The Rough Guide To Klezmer (0) â (they're from all over) â http://www.braveoldworld.com/
* Geoff Berner â Luck in Exile â Klezmer Mongrels (2009) â Vancouver, BC, Canada â http://www.geoffberner.com/ Tune like Brave Old World's Wailing World, and Di Naya Kapelye's "Hangu And Freylachs From Podoly"
* Di Naye Kapelye â Hangu And Freylachs From Podoly â The Rough Guide To Klezmer (1998) â Budapest, Hungary / USA â http://www.dinayekapelye.com/ Like Geoff Berner's "Luck in Exile" (That's my long-lost friend Christina Crowder on acc.)
Tonight's cover illustration: Klezkamp! Inspiration for our holiday-minded celebration here tonight. Check it out: http://www.klezkamp.org/index.htm
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